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Injured Rahim Pardesi exposes true story of ‘DISTURBING’ attack

By News Desk

June 15, 2024 11:10 AM


Pakistani influencer Rahim Pardesi

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Rahim Pardesi, the popular Pakistani YouTuber, who had been victim of a disturbing attack earlier this week by some drunk goons, has finally opened up regarding the incident, exposing the whole story while the identities of the assailants remain unknown.

Rahim Pardesi has lately been spotted in a viral video along with some of his friend who just paid visit to him, detailing the whole story while revealing a mob of 4 men who he mistook for a group of fans beat him up, injuring him on the head.

This incident has ignited outrage and worry among social media users, underscoring the risks faced by content creators, especially those who gain fame through humor and satire.

 
 
 
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In case the readers are not aware, previously, in a separate IG post, Pardesi stated that he had been assaulted by a group of intoxicated individuals. Without mentioning the city where the attack took place, he wrote, "So I got attacked by some drunk goons and thankfully I didn't get hurt too much." He further vowed that those responsible would face consequences. "Whoever did this will be caught sooner or later."

The 35-year-old elaborated on the brazen assault while reassuring his millions of fans that he would handle the situation professionally. "Thank you for all your support and remember me in your prayers," Pardesi stated

 
 
 
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